How a small British news agency and its founder fill your Facebook feed with stories that are wonderful, wacky – and often wrong.
Why is nothing being done about this concerning trend?
The Conservative party chairman has repeatedly faced questions over his internet activities. Here is a timeline.
After yesterday’s accusations, it’s fair to say #WikiShappsFacts was inevitable…
This one’s for you, #Milifandom.
Bonus: The Lib Dems have just sent pretty much the funniest press release of the election.
The payday loans company says it needs to “address the problems of the past”.
Updated: He has also revealed that he’s “better than people think” at pool. H/T Zing Tsjeng.
The struggle is here and the struggle is real.
When one BuzzFeed journalist confessed that he might not bother voting, the result was a heated debate.
He gets you. He really gets you.
Is the British public really that apathetic? There was only one way to find out.
It’s caption competition time!
This appears to be a thing. Anonymous confessions via Whisper.
Did a world leader fall for the oldest trick in the book? Some people on the internet sure think so!
Corey Edwards died aged 5 just days after watching his mother and father marry in front of him.
The first rule of dog club is, you don’t talk about dog club. Confessions courtesy of Whisper.
This is what you see when you spend all day on the internet.